Saturday Night Stitches | Overlapping Waves

I’ve been wanting to try this pattern for a while now…but almost didn’t get this post in tonight. (Was too busy watching some football after a long day of moving!) Nice win over Utah for the Ducks tonight too!!!! Yay!  (OK I’ll put my pom pom’s away now.)

Overlapping Waves Stitch Pattern

The Overlapping Waves stitch is only a 10 row repeat! If you’re customizing a pattern you would knit in a multiple of 6 stitches plus 4.

Knitting abbreviations:
Knit: K
Purl: P
Yarn over: Yo
Knit 2 sts together: K2tog
Slip slip knit: Ssk

 

Pattern:
Row 1 (Right side): K2, * yo, ssk, k4; repeat from * to last 2 sts, yo, k2tog.
Row 2 and all wrong rows: Purl all sts.
Row 3: K2, * yo, k1, ssk, k3; repeat from * to last 2 sts, yo, k2tog.
Row 5: K2, * yo, k2, ssk, k2; repeat from * to last 2 sts, yo, k2tog.
Row 7: K2, * yo, k3, ssk, k1; repeat from * to last 2 sts, yo, k2tog.
Row 9: K2, * yo, k4, ssk; repeat from * to last 2 sts, yo, k2tog.
Row 10: Purl all sts.

Repeat these rows until you have reached your desired length.

Hope everyone is having a wonderful weekend!!! Xo

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2 thoughts on “Saturday Night Stitches | Overlapping Waves

  1. Hi Gina,

    I am also a believer of Jesus, I have learnt to knit from the age of five years with my mum’s hair pins. I can also crochet a bit.
    I love to knit a pretty lacy sweater like the fan stitch. I am looking for the pattern.

    I would be most grateful if you can email me the pattern of Saturday Night. (Waves).

    Thank you kindly

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